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"Tis in ourselves that we are thus or thus...  Our bodies are our gardens, to which our wills are gardeners." - William Shakespeare; Othello

"The first time I saw a body bend that way, I realized that we're more beautiful dead than alive, with bloodied flesh removed. Your ribcage ripped away and I saw why they say beauty comes from the inside." Daydreamer by huebucket

Stigma and pollen tubes of Lilium martagon http://bibliodyssey.blogspot.fr/2012/12/plant-anatomy-charts.html?m=1

The Dodel-Port Atlas images were drawn and collated by the husband and wife team of Arnold and Carolina Dodel-Port. Arnold was a Swiss botanist who began composing these images in McGregor Museum, University of Auckland

Fritz Kahn (1888-1968) [author] - Kahn’s modernist visualization of the digestive and respiratory system as "industrial palace," really a chemical plant, was conceived in a period when the German chemical industry was the world’s most advanced.

Der Mensch als Industriepalast (Man as Industrial Palace) Chromolithograph. National Library of Medicine. Fritz Kahn Kahn’s modernist visualization of the digestive and respiratory system as "industrial palace," really a chemical plant.

brettkingery:    Anatomy of plant cells      I’m sort of blown away when I think about the fact that plants share so much of our basic molecular biology yet have evolved so independently as to have these completely alien structures. Plus, you know, photosynthesis, which is its own kind of biological magic. Plants, you’re pretty great.

Anatomy of Plant Cells by Frederic Elfving 1929 “ Biologists are fascinated by the processes of life in all its forms. They study microscopic cells, vast ecosystems, and everything in between.

the life of a flower: from seed to dispersal

Image from the book The Art of Instruction: Vintage Educational Charts from the and Centuries by Katrien Van der Schueren \\\\ The image is one of the educational wall charts originated in Germany around